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Course Reserves

Traditional Print Reserves:  Professors may place print and other physical materials on “reserve” for a specific course.  These materials are available at the circulation desk.  Print and other physical course reserve materials are available for 3-hour in-library use only.  Occasionally a professor may allow reserve items to be checked out of the library for a 7-day period.  For more information, see the course reserves policy.

Electronic Reserves:  In addition to print and other physical materials, the library makes electronic reserve materials available online for a class at the request of a professor.  These materials are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for the duration of their time on reserve.

A listing of current course reserves may be searched by course number, name, or professor in the McCain Library Catalog.

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FOR FACULTY: For more information on how to place an item on reserve, see the course reserves policy.


John Kennerly

Associate Dean of the Library and Institutional Effectiveness

Associate Dean of the Library and Institutional Effectiveness B.A., Charleston Southern University; M.L.I.S., University of South Carolina      

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